The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide.
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - Dean of the Washington National Cathedral
Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with the Very Reverend Randy Hollerith, Dean of the Washington National Cathedral, about racial reconciliation, disparities in health care, and finding hope in discovery.
Learn more about the Cathedral at cathedral.org.
Cancer Matters with Dr Bill Nelson - Palliative Care
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Ambereen Mehta and Dr Nathan Gray from the Palliative Care Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center about the many ways patients can benefit from palliative care.
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - The Healing Power of Music
Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with Claire Oppert, a musician, teacher and therapist, about her work playing the cello for patients and her research into the healing power of music.
Kimmel is DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - The Brady Urological Institute
Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with Dr Gerald Andriole, Director of the Johns Hopkins Brady Urological Institute in the National Capital Region, about the treatment of prostate cancer and The Brady's commitment to excellent patient care, breakthrough research, and training of the next generation of physicians.
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - Community Outreach & Engagement
Dr Ashwani Rajput talks with Dina Lansey, Associate Deputy Director of Community Outreach and Engagement, about the Kimmel Cancer Center's efforts to partner with our communities to address cancer disparities and improve healthcare outcomes.
Cancer Matters with Dr Bill Nelson - Reducing the Risk of Ovarian Cancer
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Rebecca Stone about a new approach to reducing the risk of ovarian cancer.
This Integrative Medicine push has really tarnished the reputation of Johns Hopkins Medicine.